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Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 8:00am EST
without that person feeling the landscape. >> he clearly was a moral compass. for civil rights leaders here, how important was his passing? >> as president obama said, he was a leader for the world, and around the races world about apartheid and many things. he will be in the annals of martin luther king, gandhi, nelson mandela. >> and he was an inspiration to people all over the world in terms of what he stood for, and that is so important, and something that any of us should never forget -- that none of us should forget. >> on that note, an appropriate note, thank you, matthew dowd, and also eric bost. we will discuss nelson mandela's legacy with someone who knows it quite well. ceo mohamed el-erian will weigh in, as well as on the jo report that will be out in 15 minutes. stay "in the loop." we are just getting started on this friday. >> "in the loop" with betty liu will be right back. ♪ >> as we await the crucial employment report for the month of november, the last jobs to poorly with good this year, we're starting to see the -- jobs report we will get this up a whoppingre 28% t
Bloomberg
Dec 10, 2013 4:00am EST
coming from the airbus civil aircraft business and half of the business coming from defense and space. since the merger was dropped by the germans, they have stepped right away from this. it is also a reflection of the drop in spending that we are seeing in europe. that is something that tom eggers was talking about. markets in europe are particularly down. one example is that, think about it. france put in orders for 50 a- 400 military aircraft transport planes. in the budget, only 15 were actually budgeted. they are not getting the support that they were looking for from european governments who are big shareholders. why keep up the unwieldy infrastructure of defense companies? seeing why we are closures going on in four countries as well as 6000 jobs, which represents about four percent of their workforce. >> are investors concerned that there is too much focus on the aviation business? >> you might think, if they do focus on the business, it could help the share size. 71% so far this year because there is still more road to come, according to analysts we have been speaking to. wit
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